But, much of the same functionality can easily be replaced by using a container box in the skin editor.Thesis 2.0 is now an entire template engine, and as such there are several unique features.Thrive Architect is definitely on my to-do list for a thorough review soon!
So much so in fact, that there is no preview – what you see is truly what you get, with Thrive Architect. Designing a website with Divi, still happens in Word Press’ content editor.
When Google in early 2015 announced that “website mobile-friendliness” would soon be included as an SEO ranking signal in Google’s ever-changing algorithm, I emailed those of my web design clients whose websites were not passing Google’s Mobile-Friendly test, to notify them of the imminent ranking changes, and what could be done, to dodge negative impact.
SEO being important to most website owners, they all wanted something done about it.
To alleviate this widespread critique, Elegant Themes (makers of Divi) announced a Divi Builder Plugin, that can be used with any Word Press theme. The new Divi Role Editor features were just what I needed, to simplify the interface for my non-tech-savvy clients. According to Elegant Themes’ sales page, Divi is “100% Translated into 32 Languages“. A support ticket later confirmed that there’s no way to get rid of the translation!
I’d be stuck with a theme UI in what can best be described as hopelessly bad Danish. I looked heavily into Thrive Architect from Thrive Themes.